World's first Armani Hotel sets opening date

Armani Hotel to open in Burj Khalifa

Armani Hotel Dubai will open in March in the Burj Dubai.
Armani Hotel Dubai will open in March in the Burj Dubai.

Armani Hotel Dubai, the first hotel to open under the collaboration between Giorgio Armani and Emaar Properties, will be officially launched on March 18.

Located in the Burj Dubai, the world’s tallest building, the Armani Hotel Dubai is the first of a series of hotels, resorts and residences designed by Giorgio Armani to be opened around the globe.

Emaar Hospitality Group CEO Marc Dardenne told HotelierMiddleEast.com that the opening of the Burj Dubai, the existing hotel stock and the launch of the Armani Hotel Dubai would make the Downtown Burj Dubai area a must-visit for visitors to the emirate.

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The online bookings for the Armani Hotel Dubai will go live late January 2010, and prospective visitors can register online at www.armanihotels.com to receive further details about the hotel.

The opening of the Armani Hotel in Dubai will be followed by the launch of the Armani Hotel Milano.

Other properties underway include the first Armani Resort, planned for Marrakech, and the first Armani Residences villas, for Marassi in Egypt.

Further Armani hotels, resorts and residences will open subsequently in key international destinations such as New York, Tokyo, Shanghai and London.

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